Joaquim Durães guides us through the scene of Porto
Subbacultcha darling Molly Nilsson returns to Ghent on the heels of her new album. On Imaginations, she retains the mix of vintage electronics and ice-cold vocals of her previous albums. Her usual dark and funny lyrics are warped by the zeitgeist and she presents her ideas about the quickly changing political culture and the aspiration for a better world. Sharing the bill with her are the trip-hop-infused gothic pop of Perera Elsewhere and the ‘Berlin post-adult contemporary music’ – think Everly Brothers and Brian Wilson – of Skiing.